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went potty! that's great, honey.... where? for life's bleachable moments. >>> good morning i am megan pringle. here are some of the top stories. a shooting outside a shell station along edmonton avenue left a man dead in baltimore county it. happened yesterday morning. police say an officer saw a man behind the building asked him to step ford and things escalated the man is identified as 36-year-old gregory stegall. officer involved has been place on the rye teen administrative leave. >>> injuries are nonlife- threatening for a crash that caused a backup on northbound 259 near route 32 yesterday afternoon. road is opened this morning. no word on what caused the crash we will keep you posted when we find out. it's 7:27. time for a check on your weather with meteorologist lynette charles. >> all right. check out what's going on in towson. clouds streaming in across the area this morning. high cloud right now but we will begin to have thicker clouds moving in and with that we will begin to see some wet weather in the picture as well. temperatures wise this morning, we are freezing in cat
. 83 nice and clear up in hunt valley. megan and charley over to you. >>> more news weather and traffic coming up in a half- hour. >> thanks for joining us. now back to good morning america. [ cheers and applause ] >>> nice crowd out in times square this morning, among all the poinsettias. some say poinsettia. >> which do you say? >> i say both. >> all of the people, all over -- >> i didn't want to upset josh. >> but you say poinsettia. right? i thought i had a comrade. >> i think we've spent enough time on that right now. hi to robin at home. elizabeth, right here. >> exactly. thank you. good to be here. >>> and this morning, we're going to take a closer look at adam lanza, the gunman in the shooting in newtown, connecticut. we have new details that may begin to explain how those guns got into his hands. and dr. michael welner's also here, with his take on what drove the young man to take so many lives. it's a big mystery. people will be struggling for definitive answers. we may never get them, to be honest. >>> to lighten things up just a bit. we'll talk about young mr. beckham. that'
. thank you for joining us. megan, what did you see? >> jenna and i walked to the restroom after we walk in to nordstroms. we had just gotten there and jenna pointed out there was a guy in a halloween mask and she was that weird but living in portland you see weird stuff like that all the time so i didn't think much of it. >> you say a halloween mask. what did it look like. >> like a freddy versus jason, hockey-type mask. he was scaring kids as we walked in to the bathroom. >> what do you mean, he was scaring kids? >> like he had his mask on and was lurking toward them going -- ah! and they looked like a group of middle schoolers. >> this is in the nordstroms. >> this is after we walked to the food court n the food court restroom area. >> what was he wearing, do you know? >> dark clothing, all black. >> then what happened? >> then we went to a shop called tilly's and it is a zumi style store. we heard a sound like something metal hit the ground in the main area of the mall and we saw one of the shots fly by that was 25 to 30 feet away from where we were. >> did you hear shots? >> they ec
to in a deployment. >> they say that a dog is a man's and a woman's best friend. for marine corporal megan levy not even distance could break the powerful bond between this handler and her dog rex. >> i knew that i wanted to adopt rex. he was a great working dog. >> their bond was forged at camp pendleton in california around on the battlefields of iraq. >> i got to do a lot of things that i know not many other female marines got to do. >> in december of 2006 while on patrol during their second deployment the lives of these two marines changed forever. >> we were clearing the road and some insurgents were watching us from a roof top a little ways away and when we got to a certain point they detonated an ied that was buried in the road. i was knock unconscious and thrown a couple of feet. when i woke up i was like please, be on the end of the leash and don't be hurt. rex hurt his right shoulder so he had a hard time walking. we both have like post traumatic stress from iraq. he was really a changed dog after that. >> megan suffer ised a traumatic brain injury from the attack. after recovering sh
about. fans are celebrating what could be a magical run in the post season. newses 4's megan mcgrath has more. >> what a game it was. it's the talk of the town. take a look at the headline. playoffs. another one here. riding rookies to the playoffs. it was definitely a night for the rookies. did a phenomenal job. a night for the fans. a sweet victory over a huge rival, dallas. now the fans are waiting for what's next. all high fives and smiles for redskins fans this morning. at the green belt metro they are still celebrating. ♪ hail victory >> playoffs! >> love this so much. rg-iii. special teams. everyone came to play. >> it is a daunting task. the redskins did it winning seven straight games to become the division champion. making it all the sweeter. the fact that they beat dallas and that prompted a few victory dances. >> i really enjoyed that game. the way they came back and spanked the cowboys. >> i talked to the tv first. i said, if i stay up, you guys better win. i stayed up the whole time. it was me. i helped them. i was the # 12th man from my living room. >> nothing but praise
. news 4's megan mcgrath has been talking to fans all morning. she's live in green belt. good morning, megan. >> reporter: good morning, richard. a lot of excited fans here at this metro station. you got to consider that this season did not get off to the greatest start. but then the redskins started to turn things around and then yesterday they won their seventh in a row clinching the nfc east title. the first time since 1999. of course, making it all the sweeter is that this victory was over arch-rival dallas. talking to folks at the green belt metro station, you can imagine they're over the moon and they have high expectations. >> i thought it was a great game. i was a little bit surprised rg3 didn't seem as mobile as he normally was. morris had 200-yard day. it was a great day for a great rookie. >> i love it. rg3 is phenomenal. he's phenomenal. he was the missing piece in -- more than the missing piece. he was just great. >> it was a fantastic game last night. morris did his thing. rg3 did his thing. >> extremely well, yeah. definitely they will win the super bowl. i wish them al
. for marine corporal megan levy not even distance could break the powerful bond between this handler and her dog rex. >> i knew that i wanted to adopt rex. he was a great working dog. >> their bond was forged at camp pendleton in california around on the battlefields of iraq. >> i got to do a lot of things that i know not many other female marines got to do. >> in december of 2006 while on patrol during their second deployment the lives of these two marines changed forever. >> we were clearing the road and some insurgents were watching us from a roof top a little ways away and when we got to a certain point they detonated an ied that was buried in the road. i was knock unconscious and thrown a couple of feet. when i woke up i was like please, be on the end of the leash and don't be hurt. rex hurt his right shoulder so he had a hard time walking. we both have like post traumatic stress from iraq. he was really a changed dog after that. >> megan suffer ised a traumatic brain injury from the attack. after recovering she retired from the marines and moved back home to new york. >> i tried to ado
you. i will make a note in my talking point. okay. somebody's job is on the line. just kidding megan. but no -- but in all seriousness today is a wonderful day. we have an opportunity to celebrate. remember last year in august when many of us came together about the -- what $30 million grant that they received. i don't know if you remember that. i got choked up and today we're still celebrating two grants for two pieces of large parts of san francisco. po tearo hill. anybody from that area? i know we have some of those folks and sunny valley here and visitation valley. thank you for being here. this is like a pep rally. if the mayor can go on so can i. this is the most exciting part of san francisco and yes we deal with challenging things and interesting votes and we also get it right and this is example of us getting it right and for the residents and making change happen. it's like a tsunami of change happening and it's not going to crush us like in the past. this tide will bring us out of the darkness and i am pleased to be here and celebrate the grants for both neighborh
yesterday, no, i understand how -- now i understand how that happens. >> reporter: megan martinez said her water broafnlgt soon, the contractions were a meant and a half aapartment she and her husband hit the road for the 25-minute drive. eye told him there was a foot reaching out. i reached down land there were toes. >> reporter: it was going to be a breached birth. he pulled over. their 20-month-old daughter ava was in the back seat. macy was born with the umbilical cord wrapped around her neck twice. >> training kicked in. >> reporter: chad laid her down. >> i had to improvise in removing the mucus from the airway. i actually had to do that by mouth. >> once she started breathing, oh, my god, she's breathing. >> reporter: soon pan ambulance arrived to take -- an ambulance arrived to take them to the hospital. >> this was the best gift i got this christmas, without a doubt. >> it's very honoring. it's breath taking, just overwhelming. >> wow, great story. we're checking out a special new year's eve celebration. it's just for kids. that story is at 6:00, which starts right now. >>> it loo
on that part - pf the story commng up next half ouu.i'' megan gilliland, & fox45 mornnng news. 3 p3 newtown, connncticut ill face many more funerals ooer the --3next few days... as christmas approaches. as natisha lance explains... students other thaa those who attend sannyy hook elementary... are pttrting to return to class this morning... as a community rocked by tragedy... tries o find someenormalcy. 3 3 the first funerals were heldd monnay or victims of friday's shooting at sandy hook -3 elemennary. two six-yeaa-olds jack pinto and oah pozner were lliidto rest... hose who attended noahhs funeral say his mother's words about her belovee llttle oy were poignant. "hee as very ood boy and when she told him 'i love you' hhssanswer as 'not as muchhas i ovv you.' and -3 that was his coostant ansser a dry eye when the mother passion, tremendous feeling -3 and i think everrone was touched." family and friends alsooremembered little jack pinto. a budding wrestler... mann of jack's friends arrived at his funeraa weaaing newtown -3 wrestling sweatshir
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on the scene trying to figure out what happened. happened.megan gilliland is streaaing now in baldwin with a look at the daaaaeeleft behind. good morning guys, 33 3 33 &p3- two officers are two officers are hurt in separate crashes in anne arrndel ccunty.officials ssy anne arundel county police officer richard stand was driving in severna park tuesdayyand sserved to avoid an animal....flipping his cruiserrhe went to shock ttauma with non life threatening injuries.a sscond officer was hurt in a crash mondaa night... whiie passdena.he's expected to be o-k. &pgunfire rings out at st. joseph medical enter. baatimore county police say hospital workers were trrating a prisoner... when they found a needle hidden in his cloohes. the prisoner allegedly grabbed a worker....before geeting into a struggle with an offiier who was supposed to be guarding him..hat's when the officers eventually ame to er - controo.no one was hurt. a baltimore blogger is faaing more charges this morning after a weekend standoff with p. policc.((audio of macarthur)) &pmacarthur)) officers aarested ames macarthur sa
it back over to megan and charlie. >>> a breakthrough treatment for alzheimer's may be here. doctors at johns hop kins are trying a way of treating the disease. they are implanting a pace maker in the chest to simulate the brain. so far they say the finds have been positive. >> what we're hoping to see is improved memory and that people don't decline as fast as they would without the treatment. >> and the device is being used to treat parkinson's disease. using a pace make ser in in the experimental stage and appeared to slow the progression of the disease for people in the early stages of the illness. >>> and she was trying to get her shopping done but her bundle of joy had other plans. >> the role a police officer took on to bring a new life into the world. >>> two people are dead trying to rip off a house. what they found when they showed up at the crime scene. what it looks like coming up on good morning maryland. >>> the bodies of two girls who disappeared in july have been found. and hunters discovered the bodies of the two girls in a wooded area on wednesday afternoon. they w
the life of an elderly man in baltimore county.two fire fighters were plso innured. injured.megan giililand is streaming now on the scene right now with the latest at this hour. good morning guys, guys, 3 3 3 3 an scaped inmate áand áa suspect chase cause two city yesterday.police are searching for this man..... 25 year old travis lee wildes.he was last seen arouud 12:15, wedneday afternoon... after walking away from a prison work detail. while police were loooing for wildes.... a similar scene was playynggout across town.... a drug suspect being chased y officers ran inside collington square elementary school.parents showed up at both schools.... anxious for answers. 38:21 they said the children were fine ouucan take your kids out. then they said the &pboy ran and ran back out. they're not calling anyone or telling them nothing. that's my concern i have a granddaughter here plus friends with kids here so my concern is not just my grand daughter :36 :36 no onn was injured in either incident. at last pheck.... both suspects are still on the loose, right now. an elementary school stude
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outraged. ét, her leadership and voice. >> vital voices reached out and one of them is megan smith. estimated 32 million girls around the world don't have access to an education. >> this is wasting the talent of the country. it's one of the greatest challenges. >> together, they created the malala fund, it will be up to malala, her father and a small board to decide how to use the funds. she has inspired many young people. >> i have a right to sing, talk, i have the right to go to market. that song written by 12-year-old samantha martin in honor of malala. her father e mailed samantha say we want the song and i could not control my tears. proceeds from the video will go to the malala fund. >> and we told you megan smith is with googlewu1l÷ x. a top secret lab developing new projects. now let's go back to the fund fchl you want to help, or donate we have a link to vital voices on our web site. you can text in your donation. >> when we come back tonight carolyn is going explain how it is kick starting their lives just ahead. >>> he mernling technology holds promise of helping but th
... investigattrs are still on the scene trying to figuueeout what happpned. hhppened.megan gilliland is a look at the damage left behind. good morning guys, guys, 3 in: once we broughh ire in: once we brought fire under ctrl out: priot to moving sceee out of house house 3 3&gunfire rings out at st. joseeh medical center. baltimore countt police say hospital workers were treatiig a needle hidden in his clothes. the prisoner allegedly grabbed &pa worker... before getting into a struggle with an officer who was suppooed to be guarding him.that's when the officer's gun discharged.other officees eventually cameeto help gee the prisoner under control.no one was hurt. suspecttchase cause two city schools to go oo lockdown, yest. yesterday.police are earchinn for this man..... 25 year old seen around 12:15, wedneday las afternoon... aftee walking away from a prison work detail. while policeewere looki similaa scene was playing out &pacross town.... a drug suspec being chased by offiiers ran inside colllngton square elementaay school.parentt showed up ttboth schools.... anxious for answers. 38:21 th
know, ken melman who richard and i both know. our friend -- i can't remember -- >> megan mccain. >> i'm so sorry. megan mccain who's out there pushing pro marriage equality positions. as soon as the republican party meets up with the melmans and mccains in their ranks, then they will join the democratic party in terms of being on the right side of history. >> you know, this point that jonathan raises is very important. because, you know, because of the way this case arises, the republicans have their name on this brief. and when -- when the case is argued, the lawyer is going to be the lawyer retained by the house republicans. and, you know, in order to argue this case against same-sex marriage, you have to say a lot of things that sound like you're living in the 1950s. i think that's what the election was about. and that's right where republicans don't want to be. >> jonathan, as you bring up megan mccain and also ken melman, i have an idea. grover norquist, that anti-tax pledge guru, his relevance is probably going to go away if taxes go up. he might want to start a marriage equalit
't believe their team is in the playoffs, especially after starting 3-. megan mcgrath is talking to fans in green belt this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. it was a daunting task. redskins had to win seven in a row. that's what they did clinching the nfc east title. the first time since 1999. now, making this victory all the sweeter is the fact that it came over arch-rival dallas. a lot of fans very, very happy about that. now, we've been here in green belt talking to folks, talking to fans who stayed up o watch that game and as you would imagine, they are over the moon and nothing but good things to say about their team and what the future holds. >> it was a fantastic game last night. morris did his thing. rg3 did his thing. i'm just really excited. i hope that they do go and hail redskins. >> what did you think of that game? >> i loved it. i loved the outcome of it. i hope they go all the way. >> and we're hearing nothing but but praise for rg3 and alfred morris, the rookies who helped make it happen. the redskins take on the seahawks next sunday at fedex field. repor
delegates report, wendy lee and megan wong. >> we had the -- on december 1. the -- will be sharing what they learned with the entire student advisory council at our next meeting which isxxjég our public relations committee met with the public relations coordinator heidi anderson of the district and learned how the public outreach and communications office for the district works. they also discussed ways to help publicize thej8á7zwmwç student advisory council in ways to collaborate in the future. our sec and -- joint committee put finishing touches on the resolution for recommendations on supporting students who are off track for graduating with the adg=wx we are also looking forward tou"s!i have superintendent carranza stop by our meeting tomorrow as well as -- the new youth empowerment fund managers to talk to us about the -- proposals and make funding recommendations that will total $22 million.l5 finally this student advisory council is looking ahead and working together with assistant superintendent janet shultz.
and appointments to advisory committee by the board members. any appointment by board members? megan. >> i'd like to appoint aib rel tal ina for the -- commission. >> did you get that? thank you. any other appointments? item l, special order of@?ñ? business. okay.zéçy;8'x just for public hearings and adoptions. i now call the public hearing and adoption between the tentative agreement between the district and united administrators of san francisco. is there a motion and a second on the agreement? >> reading of the recommendation by superintendent or designee tom ruiz. >> the requested action for this is the board of education conducts the public hearing and the related public disclosure documented. i'd like to thank bothqs÷s]y bargaining teams from uasf andz the district for promoting this agreementy0$[qqv. i believe we have some speakers also. >> good evening, president yee, commissioners, and superintendent carranza. i'm here to thank the district and the uass negotiation team through interest based bargaining we came up with this agreement and i encourage the board to adopt this. while i
. to chester fong in the transportation authority. to lily and megan wall in the department of public health, supervisor jane kim and beyond the city family the advice and assistance of the respected land use attorney sue hester. tmi and other property owners along the corridor. john kev lynn and amir massy at art stone properties and in the neighborhoods particular. to the south of market action network, to jerry crawl and the neighborhood network, the po tear i don't boosters and rincon hill and other residents south of market. commissioners i ask you to help hence forth that the neighborhoods are always welcomed into a full partnership with the city for all future planning efforts. this is how community planning should be done. thank you very much. >> thank you. >> okay. thank you jim. moving forward we're going to deal with the first topic of review from last week, and that is -- we're going to start with general overview of the zoning and how it's proposed to change so we have a clear picture of that and we will see in the maps in a moment the board of supervisors directed the ta
submitted megan opus last week, with a proposed mou i don't expect you to adopt them but if you want to, surprise me. they are ugly. quickly, the solution at lake merced is for puc to take charge. bring back the concessionaire bailout in 1999, a company called urban park concessionaire. i stayed in touch with them, and they would consider coming back on two conditions. one they don't start off with a traditional percentage of the profit. they know there ain't going to be any gross. number two, is highly unlikely that urban park come back unless only one san francisco agency they have to deal with. and finally 12 months ago, november, 2011, i suggested that you folks have a workshop. two hours. three hours. four hours. and learn about your lake. and i remember commissioner moran at least, you didn't sniff it, you said you may want to consider that down the road. i implore you to spend time and learn about lake merced. and look at what my magnus opum, and do it at the lake. in the culture center. i will buy the first round of drinks. and then we go over and do a visit at lake merced. we l
. >> the secret santas who went on a shopping spree. >> reporter: megan and her little sister maddie were christmas shopping when maddie spotted a toy sewing machine. >> they got it for me and she had the bag in her hand. >> reporter: the girls parents were randomly handed a bag by a man and woman and inside. >> we both looked in the bag and just said wow. how did they know that she wanted that toy. >> it's the sewing machine she wanted. >> reporter: the couple didn't give their names but employees spotted them hugging one another after their generous deed. joyce was working the cash register that day. she'll never forget. >> he handed me the money and says merry christmas to her. she started crying. and then i started crying. >> reporter: maddie's dad recalls another charming characteristic. >> their joy of living it to her. just never forget their laugh of joy. >> reporter: the couple spent thousands of dollars that day on merchandise. >> not wanting to be known. not wanting to be seen. they specifically made the comment there was no cameras, we're not here to get recognition. >> report
area walmart. >> how christmas came early for many kids. >> reporter: megan aeroher little sister were christmas shopping with their parents when maddie spotted a toy sewing machine. they got it for me. the girls parents were randomly handed a bag and inside -- >> we both looked in the bag and we just went wow. how did they know that she wanted that toy? >> it's the sewing machine she wanted. >> reporter: the couple didn't give their names but employees spotted them hugging one another after their generous deed. joyce was working the cash register that day. >> he handed me the money and goes merry christmas to her. she started crying immediately. and then i started crying. >> reporter: maddie's dad recalls another charming characteristic. >> their joy of giving to her. i'll just never forget their laugh of joy. >> reporter: the couple spent thousands of dollars that day on merchandise. >> not wanting to be known, seen, they made the comment there's no cameras, we're not here to get recognition. >> reporter: as for maddie she remembers one charming characteristic. the gentleman happened
on our board of student delegates, including windy and megan. i have seen some remarkable students come through here as student delegates and if i had more time i would rattle their names off as accomplishments and the student advisory council has grown from struggling eight years ago to a very remarkable group, who is always coming up with new ideas as a group. thank you to all the students an to the teachers and support staff the without them, the student accomplishments would not have happened. all of these groups contribute to the welfare of our educators. these same groups support teachers to promote themselves or to move to another position as administrators, encouraging them. the best administrators in my mind in the districts are former teachers. and without that, we wouldn't have a core of people that understand what happens in the classroom. the administrators, again, i want to thank all the administrators, in particular this new batch in the last few years have been very, very focused, providing opportunities, leadership and giving the services and really focusing and asking
cuts. so please come and support us december 22-23. >> thank you megan and windy. december 22 and 23 where again? >> dsw at 400 post street. the entrance is on powell. >> what is going on those two days? >> we're just having a >> giftwraping. >> if i may, president yee, i wanted to ask sac if you could help us bet the word out about the free muni applications and perhaps work together with janet schultz and the other associate superintendents about how we can reach as many students as possible at school sites? thank you very much. >> okay. item e, parent advisory committee pac report representative. >> >> good evening superintendent carranza, president yee and commissioners. my name is gloria and a member of the parent advisory committee and parent of two children and i wanted to extend my congratulations to all the achievements presented earlier today with staff and schools and our representatives. so thank you for your hard work and dedication. and for your commitment. i wanted it make comments on several areas that the pac has worked on. pac will continue conducting some
thankful people. >> reporter: megan and her little sister maddie were christmas shopping with their parents at walmart when maddie spotted a toy sewing machine. >> they got to for me. she had the bag in her hands. i'm like, what are you talking about? >> reporter: the girls' parents were randomly handed a bag by a man and woman and inside -- >> we both looked in the bag and we just went, wow. how did they know that she wanted that toy? >> it's the sewing machine that she wanted. >> reporter: the couple didn't give their names but employees spotted them hugging one another after their generous deeds. joyce short was working the cash register that day. she will never forget. >> and he said merry christmas to her. and she started crying immediately. and then i started crying. >> reporter: maddie's dad recalls another charming characteristic. >> their joy of giving to her. i will just never forget their laugh of joy. >> reporter: the couple spent thousands of dollars that day on merchandise. >> not wanting to be known, not wanting to be seen, they specifically made the comment there was no cam
to megan fox on her pregnancy troubles. >> i was asking the security
to 83. no concerns now on the west side of the wealthway -- on the beltway. down to 95. megan and charley, over to you. >> crime that shocked and angered many people a tourist beaten and robbed in baltimore. it was on st. patrick's day as the cameras were rolling. one of the attackers is due in court. and we have more live with the story. what is expected to happen today? >> that beating happened here on the steps of mitchell courthouse the place where shanti baldwin will be in court for sentencing. she and three others took place in a robbery and beating. and it was videotaped and went viral on line. police say that baldwin and others beat up a tourist and left him unconscious s a woman is beating the victim with a shoe. a man is beaten and stripped of clothing. people were so enraged by this that the officers received tips to identify the suspect and bring him into custody. three other people were arrested and they have been sentenced. baldwin will be sentenced at 9:30 for that beating on st. patrick's day. she could face three years in prison. sherrie johnson, abc 2 news. >
. chris: a great night for megan kelly but not a great night for karl rove. >> ryan and rove were part after larger republican story which is to deny reality. and my favorite chutzpah moment was a deny reality moment was when the romney campaign suggested that a fiat was going to close a plant in toledo making jeeps when everyone in fiat and toledo knew it wasn't and did that five to 10 days before the election closed. everyone knew it wasn't true and they kept running ads about it. just amazing. chris: helene. >> paul ryan. it takes a lot of chutzpah to say two hours. olympians running at that. but that's a really -- chris: that's 13 miles an hour if you do the math. >> that's amazingly fast. >> i like ryan. he was on the campaign trail insisting that after obama became president obama had closed a plant, a g.m. plant. and people said, was actually closed in december. george bush was president. he kept saying it. now, that really takes something. >> i'm going to go with an italian but not that italian. silvio berlusconi. convicted of tax fraud and sentenced to four years in prison dec
. megan mccorchal has more on what happened. >> reporter: the prisoner turned on the hospital staff and the officer that was guarding him. >> reporter: police cars flood the entrance to the emergency room at university of maryland st. joseph medical center. >> a police officer and the prison got into a scuffle. >> reporter: fellow officers rushed to help that female officer. the officer was guarding a prisoner who had been take ton the e.r. for medical attention, but a hospital staffer noticed something wrong. >> at some point, one of the hospital staff people discovered that the prisoner had a needle of some sort hidden in his clothing. >> reporter: the man then grabbed a hospital staffer. that's when the officer stepped in and the prisoner tried to grab her gun. a shot was fired into the wall. >> the officer discharge pepper spray in an attempt to subdue the prisoner. >> reporter: backup officers warmed the hospital and got the suspect under control. >> reporter: during the investigation, the hospital restricted vehicle access to the e.r., blo
around 49 degrees. we will have the patchy fog late and 42. and megan asked if you need the coat, not, not so much. 63 tomorrow. we will be above average. the forecast. the football forecast battle of the beltway. cloudy and a chance of showers for that game. and the 7 day forecast is like that keeping the showers around sunday and monday. temperatures moving in for tuesday. >> ravens or redskins. >> dah! ravens. >> and if you are traveling in baltimore county. we have a crash to tell you about and this is right on york road and 83 nice and clear as you make the drive to 695. we have an accident in rosedale on philadelphia road at golden ring road if you are losing 95 and white marsh. this is what it looks like. it is going to be congested a ride from root 24 to the beltway. that's a 16 minute delay. and speeds at 32 miles per hour if you are heading to the tunnel a four minute delay now from the beltway into the city. >> here is a look at 695. and inner loop nice and clear. the outer loop starting to pick up. here at harford road a 13 minute ride from 95 up to 83. over to you. >>> a
) jessica alba, megan fox and ed helms are e >>> happening right now the golden globe nominations are going on in bevel hills. we just saw a few presenters up there including jessica alba and megan fox and ed helms. >> sally field from lincoln nominated for best actress. she was fabulous. if you haven't seen it. daniel day-lewis is amazing in that show, lincoln. anne hathaway is nominated. les mis isn't even in the theaters and already nominated for a golden globe. more on tha coming up. >>> the "fiscal cliff" is fast approaching but the stalemate in washington continues. the white house is still demanding tax hikes on the top 2%. president obama did lower the amount from 1.6 to $1.4 trillion. republicans say that's not good enough. they are holding out for cuts to programs like social security. >> we'll stay here right through the new year and make sure we resolve this in an acceptable way for the american people. >> the fed chair ben bernanke says just the threat of a "fiscal cliff" is already creating uncertainty in the economy. and that is not good for the stock market. >>> "fiscal cli
. >>reporter: megan scully has also been directly affected by a mass shooting. >> i lost my brother at 101 california 20 years ago to a similar incident. he was shot by a tech, dc 9 crazed man who also shot himselfonly took down eight people that time. >> jacqueline: >>reporter: stephanie and megan say something has to be done. >> the people who took the time out of their saturday to come here in the cold and rainy weather say that it was important to do so not only to remember those who were lost but to open a dialog and say they never want to see something like this happen again. i'm jeff bush in san francisco, kron four news. >> in the east bay. police and youth groups partnered up today and held a successful gun buyback program. following the aftermath of the connecticut school massacre. hundreds of cars lined up in oakland to trade their guns for cash. kron4's jeff pierce has the details. >> one hundred and twenty one, one hundred and twenty two, one hundred and twenty three, one hundred and twenty four. >>reporter: olois simmons of youth uprising counted the cars waiting to turn in g
of volunteers brought gifts and helped wrapped. including 14-year-old megan who came up with a novel holiday gift giving plan. >> i thought it would be a great idea to give back to the community and donate gifts instead. >> reporter: you don't want anything? >> nope. >> reporter: not one thing? megan, a tenth grader says she wasn't sure at first which children she wanted to help. her mom suggested the safe shores nonprofit and they gave her a wish list. >> i received a wish list for also what i thought was really funny. a 14-year-old girl. i thought it would be like getting a gift for me rfrnlts some lucky girl will be getting a kindle fire. >> i enjoy kids and i want other kids to enjoy what i experienced as a kid. >> reporter: her father is proud. >> it affirms the value we've tried to instill in the kids and the values of the educational expierces they've had. >> reporter: her brother thinks it's kill. >> it's nice what she's doing for the shelter. it's kind of inspired me maybe next year i can do something like this and sponsor another kid. >> reporter: the gifts will be given to social
on the national christmas tree. >> crowds are starting to gather at the ellipse right now. megan mcgrath checked out the events leading up to tonight's big ceremony. >> reporter: one final rehearsal before the big show. among the star-studded lineup, "american idol" winner phillip phillips. also performing, the fray. singer isaac fray said he was stunned when president barack obama first approached him about coming to washington. >> i was here for an event, and the president said, let me get you up here to play a song. i said, okay. >> reporter: this is the 90th annual lighting of the national christmas tree. the tradition started by president calvin coolidge continues tonight as president barack obama and his family flip the switch. while the spirit of the evening is the same, the audience may notice some changes. first of all, the stage has been moved. >> the back drop, i mean, it is accentuated by the tree. and the white house. the executive office building. you know, really showcases many of the great monuments and features we have down here in president's park. >> reporter: and the tree its
of hours, the first family will flip the switch to the giant blue spruce. megan mcgrath is there where crews are getting ready for the ceremony. the tradition started in 1923 and never gets old. >> reporter: never gets old and it's ever changing. there are a lot of changes this year. you can see the national christmas tree, the lights are on, the ornaments are on. it didn't lit. it will happen later on tonight. shortly after 5:00, the president and his family will flip the switch. the performers are doing their thing. they are tweaking the stage lights. we have heard the singers and musicians practicing. getting in one last rehearsal to make sure it's perfect for today's big show. ♪ rue doll the red nosed reindeer ♪ >> reporter: one final performance before the show. phillip phillips, the "american idol" winner. also performing, the fray. ♪ >> reporter: the singer says he was stunned when president barack obama approached him about coming to washington. >> i was here for an event and the president said hey, we got to get you up here to play a song. i'm like okay. mikhail enradar
where lesley goes out dancing with megan fox. leslie will say once i was out with my friends, an entire hockey team hit on us. and it is nice to know that you are still attractive in and that is kind of an emotional thing and in addition to being funny maybe we should do something like that so i will write that on a card and at some point i have hundreds of cards and have to figure out what fits. >> take a look this is the last scene where pete and barrie played by robert watch desi, megan fox in the pool. here it is. >> o so that's the girl who works, that is the girl who works for you. >> yeah, that's her. >> work-- seems nice. >> my wife would never let me have a-- like that. >> yeah. >> every woman without works for us looks like they've been in some kind of hornl sdont. >> are you comfortable with that around your huts? >> oh, he wouldn't know what to do with that. >> you think our wifes are looking at us right now. >> oh, definitely. >> he would look like a pedophile. >> rose: this is 40, opens in theatres on friday, december 2 1st. >> that's right. >> rose: that is like this frid
christmas tree. this year's event included several star-studded acts. megan now with a preview of the big event. >> reporter: this is the 90th annual lighting of the christmas tree. this started in 1923 with calvin coolidge and that tradition continuing today, with lots of things that are new this year. you see the stage brand-new. the orientation of the stage is new as well. it's got kind of an interesting perspective. you see the tree to the left of the stage, and then you also see the white house. they switched things up a little bit. we also have a new tree this year. i'm joined by scott tucker with the national park service. talk about the tree itself. because that's the highlight of this event. what happened? we have a new tree. >> we do have a new tree. back in president's day weekend of 2011, the wind storm came through d.c. and snapped the tree that was planted in 1978. we transplanted a new tree because the national christmas tree is a live, living tree. we transplanted in one in march of 2011. that one didn't make it. and so this year, roughly a month ago, october of this year,
to me on night when the republicans lost toe so badly. we were sitting together when megan and bret had their panel and i look over at him. bob, it is really bad and he would look over it is it already kid. he was so kind and never once gloted and bob beckle is one of the best friends i have ever had. just don't tell him that. >> my name is jeff snider and came from east tennessee to be here to ask this question. you were with president obama in iraq in the shoe altercation. i heard that you got hurt during that. is that true and if so what happened? >> it is. i think i deserve recognition for that. [ applause ] they are telling me they have people play it all of the time and show president obama . a press conference in iraq and a terrorist posing as a journalist. now, i am trying to step on it when you see that tall secret service agent that rushes to the president. he was behind me and the inter operator was behind me . the steel arm of the boom mike caught me right here. actually when all of that chaos was happening, i believed it was a distraction for a bomb. that was my thought pro
at random and paid for their purchases. >>> reporter: megan and her little sister mahdi were christmas shopping with their parents at walmart when mattie spotted a toy sewing machine she always wanted. >> they got it tore me! and she had the bag in her hand. what are you talking about? >> reporter: the girls' parents were randomly handed a bag by a man and woman. and inside -- >> we both looked in the bag and we just said, wow. how did they know that she wanted that toy? >> it's the sewing machine that she wanted. >> reporter: the couple didn't give their names, but employees spotted them hugging one another after their generous deeds. joyce short was working the cash register that day. seem never forget. >> he handed me the money, goes merry christmas to her. and she started crying immediately. and then i started crying. >> reporter: mattie's dad recalls another charming characteristic. >> their job of giving to her just never forget their laugh of joy. >> reporter: the couple spent thousands of dollars that day on merchandise. >> not wanting to be known or seen. they specifically ma
after another. but wait a second perhaps the most ludicrous idea came from special correspondent megan [ inaudible ]. she propose he teach students to take down killers themselves. she wrote . . . seriously! let's train kamikaze kindergartners to take down crazed killers. that idea is by far the worst. for more on this story, i welcome inside "the war room" "mother jones" senior editor. thank for coming inside "the war room." you have written a great piece on the myth of the hero gun slinger. what did you find? >> i think most reasonable people can look at this argument that we should arm school teachers and see it falls on its face. and so we set out to find out does this really happen. >> jennifer: not just in schools but overall. >> right. the types of public venues where these mass shootings have occurred in the last three decades. and we didn't find a single case where that happened. we also looked far beyond that because one of the arguments we get thrown back at it was of course if those were successful you are not counting the ones that were not successful. but
higher marks in crash safety than most luxury sedans in the study. >> reporter: megan lynch's job keeps her on the road. she thought a 2012 prius would be a good investment. >> i was told i would get close to 50 miles a gallon, which would be great going back and forth. >> reporter: but she never thought the prius v would be among the worst performers in a crash test. the institute put 18 mid size family cars through the test, simulating what happens when only the front corner of a car hits another vehicle or object. the institute says one quarter of serious injuries is and deaths in frontal crashes occur in these overall impacts. the survival rate for the driver in the prius v was found to be severely compromised. the side air bag also deployed too late. the country's top-selling mid size car the toyota cam are also got a poor rating. the wheel was shoved into the well on impact. the honda accord and suzuki got good ratings. the institute says 13 of the mid size cars in the test group offered better crash protection than all but three of their three luxury counter parts. >>> up next, y
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and montgomery c. county.tom rodhers is here plusstoday's other toppstories. good morning, megan andd patrice.today governor o'malley will sign a proclaimation... affirming voters deciion to allow ssme sex marriage in the state.the lerk of courts says countiee will not be required to issses licenses efore goes into effect. the law - same sex couples can now also get married in the state oo washington. washingtoo'ssgovvrnor signed phe law wednesday afternoon ... maaing ashington state the ninth state to allow same sex marriage, in addition to the district offcolumbia. mann ame sex couples immediately linnd up outside a seattle adminissration bbiiding shortly after the law was signed. couples can pegin pickkng up their wedding certificates and licenses starting this morning. recreational marijuana use s now legal innwwshington state. starting today... residentt 21 and ovvr can possess up to an ounce of pot without faciig state penalties.voters assed growing and selling the drug is still a crime... and possession is still a feeeral crimeeas well.colorado also leealized thh recrea
. >> this is chelsea! there's no question, this is the best part of christmas. >> that was megan fitzgerald reporting. i don't think chelsea will get free time at home. >> they come together every year to do this and welcome all the troops home. it would be so awesome if we could do that at airports across the country, and during this time we especially keep their servicemen in our hearts and minds for everything that they do. >> maybe that will inspire others to do it. >>> it's the end of an era, after 21 years and more than 7,000 shows together, and the original wiggles are saying good-bye. they took the stage for their final concert together. this was last night in australia. anthony is staying in the band, but three new recruits will join him. the original wiggles say they had the most amazing time together and everybody is going to miss the original group. >>> the time is 9:26. we have a lot of early risers up and getting on the road this morning. >> that's right, so next we will check out travel conditions in our area for those coming and going out of our region right now. >>> and an unfortunat
it will be slowing -- slow going on metro. megan's law impact pretty much every line. red line is taking a pretty hard hit this weekend. >> absolutely. five stations along the red line are shutting down, including this one in weekend. if you are taking metro on any line, you'll want to plan some extra time into your trip. the other lines the other stations that will be closed starting at 10:00 tonight will be takoma, sulphur springs, and glenmont. red line trains will operate between shady grove every 10 minutes between 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. throughout the weekend. travelers should allow between 50 and 60 minutes of additional travel time. every line this weekend will be affected by this mean it's work that will happen. there are a number of different things they are working on. along the yellow line, there'll be no service between fort totten. bridge work over the takoma river. yellow lines will operate on the blue lines. metro is recommended for people planning on getting on the trains this weekend to add anywhere between 15 and 30 minutes to your trip. all this information is on our web site
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by the hollywood foreign press association. with us this morning are megan f fox, ed holmes and jessica alba. megan, please get us started. >> all right. our first category will be best performance by an actor in a television series drama. steve beau shemie, "boardwalk empire," bryan cranston, "breaking bad," jeff daniels, "the newsroom," jon hamm, "mad men," damien lewis, "homeland." best performance by an actor in a motion picture comedy or musical. jack black, "bernie," bradley cooper, "silver linings playbook," hugh jackman, "les miserables," ewen mcgregor, "salmon fishing >> naomi watts, "the impossib impossible," rachel weisz, "the deep blue sea." >> i'm a little embarrassed, i'm still in my pajamas. early. all right, best performance by an actor in a miniseries or a motion picture made for television. kevin costner, "hatfields and mccoys," benedict cumberbatch, "sherlo "sherlock: masterpiece," woody haralson, "game change," toby jones, "the girl," clive owens, "hemingway and gelhorn." best television series drama, "breaking bad amc," boardwalk empire," hbo, "downtown abbey season two," pbs,
morning ... when megan martinez says her water ... as she and husband chad, an illinois state trooper, hit from their home in oswego ... to their hospital in downers grove."when we got to told him that there's a foot hanging out, and he didn't believe me. aad i reached, and theee was ttes. and i'mmlikk chad, there's toes."it was going o be a breech birth. chad pulled off to the side of i-88 in downers grove ... their 21-month-old daaghter ava was also in the back seaa with mom.maci was born wwthin minutes .. but shh wasn't in immediately training just k 3 - &pkicked in."maci wasn't her oon on the shoulder of id the expresswaa."i had to improvise by removing the mucous from the airway, and i d breathing i think we both were breathing, she's breathing. ii was just like ttis elation." good samaritan hospital ... - where megan ann maci are doong just ffne.."his is the best giffti got thhs christmas. without a doubt.""it's very honoring. it's breath-taking. it's just overwweeming." coming up on good day drinkkng anymore.three thingss you can do to incorprate vodka into your beauty rootine
morning i am megan pringle. police are searching for the person who shot an off-duty police officer in overlea near dale and kenwood avenues. police say the officer was driving just after 3 on sunday morning when he came across a large group blocking the road e stopped and asked somebody to move so he could get through and that's when a man came out of the group and fired several shots into the officer's car. the officer was shot twice and his name has not been released. county police want to hear from you if you have information here's the number to call. 410-307-2020. >>> and a 19-year-old is recovering afterring shot in middle river. teen was shot in the 100 block of kingston road not far from eastern avenue and martin boulvard. baltimore county police are not releasing information right now about a possible shooter. police say that the victim is expected to survive. time for a check on your weather with meteorologist lynette charles. >> all right. we are talking about a dense fog advisory until 9. you can see why. look at manchester right now. plenty of fog across the area. and
and the businesses say it could hurt their bottom line. but too bad. thanks for watching. >> thanks, megan. serious chemical weapons are mixed and ready to kill. that's the word from senior u.s. officials today. there are new warnings for the united states, and details on the deadly nerve agent which can kill a person with one drop. and then there is the mysterious john mcafee, the software guy. he is back behind bars after being on the run. >>> a picture. -- >> quite a picture. you probably know the name from millions of computers mcafee and now he is facing serious allegations about a murder. and people could be sifting through your internet history. in fact, they could be doing it now and you wouldn't have a clue. it is a new form of cyber spying. it is all ahead unless breaking news changes everything on "studio b." first from fox at 3:00 in new york city, a potentially deadly new move from the syrian regime. a senior u.s. official tells fox news syria has loaded components of the lethal nerve agent sarin into bombs. and now the military is waiting for uh sad to give the -- assad the okay to de
drama... argo, jango unchained, life of pi, lincoln, zero dark 30y. >> jessica alba, megan fox and ed helms made the announcement. check out the full list of nominees. it's a great day to be hugh jackson. he owner earned a golden globe nod and earned a star on the walk of fame. catch le mis, out christmas day. the premiere of the new comedy, this is 40. it is packed up with over-the-hill hilarity, which the stars can relate to. >> i don't think 40 is so different from 39 or anything, but it does form on the lips differently. >> some days, i am not feeling as good about it, when i see the gray hairs here and there. >> this is 40 opens december 21. keep up with your favorite stars any time. i'm on the red carpet in los angeles. >> all right. people love their dogs and a few are orbsessed with pooches, no more than brazilians. >> a pet complex now features a love motel for dogs, featuring rooms with mirrors on the ceilings, as well as other doggie amenities for $50. >> there you can see it, the japanese soaking tub for the pooches. >> they are pampered. they are the latest status sim bel
was breathing again. an ambulance took the family to the hospital. the mother megan and baby macy we're told are doing just fine. >>> it is 6:49. very cool story. let's check in with tara in for sal. apparently there is an injury accident in orinda. >> that is right. chopper 2 is on the way. this is a roll over crash due to that black ice. it happened near the san pablo reservoir. we understand met that slack helicopter is on the way. up next a look at the bay bridge span. you can see traffic moving there nicely into san francisco. and in the other direction toward oakland. 6:50 let's check in with steve. >>> thank you tara. a very good morning. cold out there. very cold. few upper 20s. a are the of -- a lot of 30s and a slight breeze. some of the warmest temps are near the coast and in the city. presidio 39. cold out there. maybe local frost. air mass very dry. fog is having a hard time forming. mostly clear in the morning. partly cloudy this afternoon. chilly temps again. disregard the 50 at livermore. santa rosa 30. 35 redwood city. 33 san jose. 31 concord. 32 fairfield. windchill at 26 a
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together when megan and bret were having the panel and look over at him during the commercial break and say, bob, it's really bad and he looked over, and said you'll be all right, kid. he was so kind and never gloated and bob beckel is one of the best friends i've ever had. [applaus [applause] >> and just don't tell him that. >> dana, i'm jeff snyder and came from east tennessee to be here. >> dana: wow, thanks. >> ask this question. you were with be president bush in iraq during the shoe altercation. i heard that you got hurt during that. ; is that true >> yes. >> tell me what happened. >> it is and i think i deserve a little recognition for that. (laughter) (applaus (applause) >> so, i think we have video from then. they're telling me he now they have the video because people play it all the time and show president bush, what happened was we were at the press conference in iraq and this terrorist posing as a journalist and i kind of stepped on it. when you see the tall secret service agent that rushes to the president, what happened was he was behind me and the interpreter was next to m
to be identified. we don't know who they are but people here are calling them, secret santas. megan and her little sister were christmas shopping with their parents at walmart when they spotted a toy sewing machine they had always wanted. >> they got it for me and she had the bag in her hands. what are you talking about? >> reporter: the girls' parents were randomly handed a bag by a man and woman and inside -- >> we both looked in the bag and we just said, wow. how did they know that she wanted that toy? >> it's the sewing machine that she wanted. >> reporter: the couple didn't give their names, but employees spotted them hugging one another after their generous deeds. joyce short was working the cash register that day. she will never forget. >> and he hanked me the money, he goes -- handed me the money. he goes merry christmas to her. she started crying immediately and then i started crying. >> reporter: mattie's dad recalls another charming characteristic. >> their joy of giving it to her. i'll never forget their laugh of joy. >> reporter: the couple spent thousands of dollars that day on merc
in the alternate reality when even megan kelly has to say, is that real or are these just things you tell yourself as a republican to make yourself feel better? >> jimmy, to that point, math, i feel like the big triumph of math. who knew math would be one of the big stories of 2012? >> in the building behind us they count -- at least sometimes they count votes, sometimes they don't. the great irony is when it comes to elections, you have to count for the number of people that vote for you and the number of people that vote against you. i don't understand why they can't count. listen, if their number one priority in the country is the fiscal cliff, if it's all about the debt and the deficit and they can count to $16 trillion, you think they would be able to count to 16 million votes but they can't seem to do that. that's an inherent problem. listen, the base of the republican party is dying. old, white people, my ancestors, my family, they're dying. and if you don't expand your base, your base goes away. if you don't do that, they're going to go away as a party. and we just went through all the thi
with a deal. we'll have a discussion with luke russert, megan mccartel and -- plus, who better than joe? we will tell you how the vice president's past could be a guide to comprehensive gun reform. former assistant secretary of state p.j. crowley will weigh in on the new benghazi report and what it pourtends for john kerry. all that when "now" starts in a mere 180 seconds. tends to stay at rest... while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. celebrex can be taken with or without food. and it's not a narcotic. you and your doctor should balance the benefits with the risks. all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naproxen, and meloxicam have the same cardiovascular warning
." >>> joining me today bloomberg business week editor josh tierengel and daily beast special correspondent megan mccartel, author of "thanksgiving, how to cook it well" and, of course, national editor of the "new york times" sam sifton, and author of the new ebook, the end of the line, politico senior white house reporter the man usually with the hat glen thrush. today is the biggest delivery day of the year. an estimated 28 million packages. unfortunately, none of those deliveries are expected to be a deal on the fiscal cliff. from president obama or speaker boehner. the two have not spoken since monday. instead this evening republicans will be voting on boehner's plan b, which they have attached as an amendment to a law rejecting trade with burma. that original bill was passed in response to a hard line ber meez government with a history of entransigence. the burm ease has nothing to do -- in an amendment to make ate a hard line party with a history of intransigence. >> the house will pass ledges lakes to make permanent tax relief for nearly every american. 99.81% of the american people. >> ev
and then. crafting a bill actually takes some time and some process. >> stephanie: yep. megan in akron ohio. hi welcome. >> caller: hi. i just have a question for you. about the viability of a challenge to this in michigan. what can they do? >> stephanie: megan, i was doing that story earlier that the unions are saying -- this fight is not over. there may be a way you know, to be able to -- i don't know the technical term for it. basically to be able to put it back -- >> negative ballot initiative. some other options. >> stephanie: if they get enough signatures -- >> the history is not on their side. every time they try to do that, it has been -- >> stephanie: look at sb5 in ohio. take heart from that. i want to ask you quickly -- [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] we talked about this earlier. hal sparks, high profile famous person as well. kevin class the voice of elmo has been accused by a fourth accuser who claimed he had a sexual relationship with him when he was younger. when he paid off the first gu
to be there for them. >> reporter: megan lives a town away in new milforn now but she grew up here in newtown. she married here, baptized here. her father taught at sandy hook when megan was a child. >> i'd naturally like to keep my kids in a bubble but you can't do that. they need to experience school and everything that helps them grow and mature and it's important. >> reporter: so they keep going. police officers are at both these boys' schools like they are across the region. the news continues to play out but in the background, not this family's focus. >> have a good day. >> by, mom. >> in a way, it's kind of showing them that, you know what, you didn't win. we're going to win this by continuing to do things as normal as possible. >> have the best day ever. i love you. >> showing your kids that, you know what, it's okay. we're going to go on with life. >> see you, brent. >> we're going to keep doing things the way we did it last week. we're going to win. >> reporter: just by living. i mentioned the police presence. it has varied at different schools from the elementary school to the high scho
much going on. >> thanks, katie. our next model has it sort of working. >> so, megan, our model here, gets an a-plus for effort, for mixing a texture with the tweed here. >> i love the top. >> i love it, too. but it's hitting the same blue chord. it starts making it like a well-orchestrated outfit, it's flashing. we need something to break it up. what would have worked better here, is a plain, solid shirt. that would have been better. >> or how about the two tops with a pair of jeans. it's mixing and matching but more manageable. >> exactly. let's go to the one who got it right. this is noel. this is a trendy example. here's why this works. first of all, the stripes are a lot bigger and more graphic. they're wider. so, they have more room for the patterns to breathe. also, we're just showing a hint of the polka dot. it's on the white with black. it's adding some lightness. it's breathable, with this deep pair of pants. and a neutral shoe is also key. the look on your face -- >> i think every piece separately, and two of the three pieces together, would be great. >> maybe we start mix
megan kelly, go. >> she found a way to destroy the moment. she needed help getting down three stairs. she's like i'm a feeble woman in heels, please help me. i was waiting for karl rove to lose it like a real housewife stripped down naked and scream jiha jihad. >> i would have loved to hear it. >> everybody's head explodes and fox news goes black. >> it did feel like there was a fair bit of implosion going on. it was odd to watch the republicans we often thought of as crafty, maybe scary, but not just implod iing. for me, it was mitt romney saying he was going to fire big bird. we have to remind ourselves of that. >> i'm sorry, i'm going to stop the subsidy to pbs. i like pbs. i like big bird. i actually like you, too. i'm not going borrow money from china to pay for it. >> sad. no more big bird. >> that happened. >> that's mitt romney. the whole election we get watching it. the whole time we watch mitt romney do these things where you go common says you can't do that. a side note, why was he moderating at the time? i felt like he didn't want to be there. they kidnapped his daughter
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